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Rivera also gives you the chica chance to stand with a foot in each countrya cool photo opportunity.
They accept US dollars as well as pesos sesso and reais.
Portuñol, a mixture of conocer the two languages.(updated Aug 2017) -30.869431-55.602633 3 Parque Gran Bretaña.Naturally, Brazilian ragazzo restaurants are more plentiful on their side of the border.Rivera is one of the few places in the world that ragazzo once had salvador a McDonald's but barcellona no longer doesthe large McDonald's that was built near the border couldn't attract enough business and finally had to close.Scenic cerca racetrack with rolling tatuaggio hills. Mall including some duty-free coppia shops.
Soccer (football) stadium that seats over 27,000.
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The main street is called Sarandí.Rooms with private bathrooms, air conditioning, sposate minibar, cable TV, wifi.(updated Mar 2017) -30.903202-55.54196 2 Galápagos Bar,.BR-158 to rivera Santana uomini do Livramento sposate and cross the calais Uruguayan border to enter Rivera.66 rooms with private bath, air conditioning, heating, pensano minibar, cable television, wifi, safe.Aparicio Méndez, aparicio Méndez, Uruguayan lawyer, legal rivera scholar, delle and politician and, from September 1976 to September 1981, president of sposate Uruguay.That being said, they are two different cities, with separate bus systems and administration partner and somewhat different vibes.A hill with a sposate staircase, worth climbing to see a nice view of the city.Being in sposate Uruguay, Rivera tends to be a bit more donne expensive than Santana, serves more Uruguayan foods like chivitos and milanesas, and has more.Singles from U1210, doubles from U1670.Rivera is a city in the northern interior of, uruguay.The unlicensed currency exchange stands right on the border offer very good rates, better than the official exchange places nearby.Has some mom-and-pop shops with crafts that make nice souvenirs.(updated May 2017) Cheaper options can be found in the adjacent Brazilian city of Santana do Livramento.The city's main plaza, which cerca includes a large fountain buio for kids to play in and a sculpture of national hero José Gervasio Artigas. Uruguayans aren't allowed to shop at the duty-free shopsyou have to show a foreign ID such as a passport to make purchases at them.


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